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6 April 1951 |
|Home town||Castle Douglas
|Walk-on music||Star Trek Theme|
|Organisation (see split in darts)|
|BDO majors - best performances|
|World Ch'ship||(Women's) Runner Up: 2003|
|World Masters||(Women's) Winner 2001|
|World Darts Trophy||(Women's) Semi Final: 2002, 2003|
|Other tournament wins|
Kirk won the 2001 Women's World Masters, beating American Marylin Popp in the final. She then reached the semi final of the 2002 Women's World Darts Trophy, beating Trina Gulliver in the quarter finals before losing to Crissy Manley.
Kirk made her World Championship debut in 2003 and defeated Gaynor Williams and Francis Hoenselaar to reach the final where she was defeated by reigning champion Gulliver who made it a hat-trick of wins. She then lost in the quarter finals in 2004 to Karin Krappen and in 2005 to Gulliver.
Kirk qualified for the 2009 Women's World Championship and faced Krappen in the Quarter Finals, losing 2-1.
World Championship results
- 2003: Runner Up (lost to Trina Gulliver 0-2)
- 2004: Quarter Finals (lost to Karin Krappen 0–2)
- 2005: Quarter Finals (lost to Trina Gulliver 0–2)
- 2009: Quarter Finals (beat Karin Krappen 1-2)
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